711 Series Steel Brake Master Cylinder by CNC®. Immediately producing own line of master cylinders, CNC was able to control product quality and design. Adding a stainless steel sleeve to the bore of the master cylinders was a new idea in the industry.
|Cylinder Bore: 1"|
- Total-seal rubber boots
- High strength severe duty design
- 2 1/4" Mounting pattern
- 5/16-24 thread push rod
- 1/8" pipe thread outlet
CNC is here with excellent products that are available at a competitive price. The company does its utmost to provide the best possible solutions for your needs. All products by CNC are made with expert care and created by professionals to meet all your requirements. CNC does not accept compromises when it is going about quality, so you can be sure that all products have only first-rate quality. With many years of manufacturing experience, CNC is the name you can trust.
CNC®'s roots stretch back to the mid 1960's and Chuck's dune buggy. Chuck's first product, the hydraulic clutch slave cylinder, arose due to the need of a friend with a broken clutch cable. After making one and successfully testing it, he manufactured a batch of 12 and sold them all. Chuck's racing experiences expanded from go-karts to dune buggies to sand drag racing, where he broke the world record and held many titles. In 1985, Chuck and his family opened CNC. Immediately producing their own line of master cylinders, CNC was able to control product quality and design. Adding a stainless steel sleeve to the bore of the master cylinders was a new idea in the industry. As time progressed and customer needs changed, CNC branched out into disc brake kits. The off road market needed a caliper that would withstand the punishment of a single off road race, CNC designed a caliper that would last for the entire racing season. This principal of producing products to exceed customer's needs has continued throughout CNC's history. Today, you will find CNC products through all aspects of racing from circle track and drag racing to off road and dune buggies. Still owned and operated by the Neal Family, CNC continues to strive to make the highest quality braking components possible.